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PUC2: PUC2 is a professional USB-powered sound card with digital and analog audio interfaces. It combines failsafe installation with a new modular design. It still features PUC'n'Play technology while improving audio quality to deliver up to 24-bit/192kHz. AES-3 is the standard interface of every PUC2 soundcard. The modular design enables delivery of varying interfaces for the back. The analog line input/output module provides professional levels +15/+18dBu full scale. The microphone input module with 48V phantom power and up to 60dB gain dissolves the need for additional mic preamp equipment.
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Intraplex CM-30: The Intraplex CM-30 allows for the IP conversion of installed Intraplex T1/E1 STL frame products including the STL HD, AudioLink PLUS and Access Server. The module plugs into existing Intraplex multiplexer frames for immediate conversion to IP, providing a large installed base of Intraplex legacy STL users with a seamless and cost-effective upgrade path. It allows Intraplex customers to achieve bandwidth usage and reliability in transport equivalent to T1/E1 but with lower recurring costs. Signal quality and feature sets of existing T1/E1 systems are retained while migrating to lower-cost, high-performance IP networks. Built-in intelligence allows for field conversion in a matter of minutes. The CM-30 is compatible with existing interface cards for audio, voice and data traffic in Intraplex legacy systems. The module can accommodate up to 32 streams and connections in point-to-point unidirectional and bidirectional deployments; and point-to-multipoint unidirectional multicast scenarios.
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Site Sentinel 16: Each metering (telemetry), status/logic, stereo silence sensor, temperature sensors, power failure input, along with all relays can be controlled and/or monitored over any IP network. Users can operate the product using a Web browser or Web-enabled mobile device, while e-mail notification may be configured to alert up to four recipients. It is equipped with 16, 12-bit resolution bi-polar 10V metering (telemetry) channels, along with four virtual channels. Each of the 16 optically isolated status/logic channels may be configured for 5 to 24Vdc wet or dry (contact closures) status/logic monitoring. The 16 raise and lower control channels are equipped with independent SPDT one-amp relays and may be controlled via any Web browser and/or user programmable event action (macro's) sequences.
RBDS Capture: RBDS Capture is a software plug-in that will monitor and capture RBDS data for black box digital audio logging, monitoring and alert software. It continuously displays and logs up to 16 channels of RBDS data (PS and RT) from FM broadcast stations. RBDS data normally includes station call letters, artist, title, sponsor and other content related messages. The “text alert” is a unique feature that constantly monitors all the RBDS data streams in search of user-defined words. An alert window will pop up and notify users whenever incoming text matches are found.
G5: Featuring automatic silence detection, optional dual redundant power supplies and audio network failover solutions, G5 is designed for continuous, solid connections over IP and a variety of other connection transports within broadcast networks. Single power supply versions are also available with optional on-board flash drive storage capability. All connections can be controlled and managed by a Web-based graphic user interface that provides full codec programming functionality and connection diagnostics, with complete remote control. G5 also interfaces with Tie Server, Tieline's Traversal Server system, which facilitates simple IP buddy list dialing of all networked IP codecs, much like Skype or ICQ contact management.
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